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An Evaluation Study for Satisfaction of Symposium for Dental Sedation
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 Title & Authors
An Evaluation Study for Satisfaction of Symposium for Dental Sedation
Choi, Sungchul; Shin, Teojeon; Yoo, Seunghoon; Kim, Jiyeon; Jeong, Taesung; Yang, Yeonmi;
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 Abstract
The Korean Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (KAPD) organized the Committee on Sedation, Education and Research to establish appropriate guidelines in dental sedation and to help to the safety of dental sedation of society members through continuous education. The purpose of this study was to try to evaluate the satisfaction rating of the society members of the sedation symposium and BLS course that was held during the KAPD annual congress in 2015. The committee created a questionnaire to target the KAPD members who participated in the annual congress. The questionnaire was given to the 143 total members and were carried out based on the satisfaction evaluation of the symposium. The 23 total members who participated in the BLS course, reported satisfactory evaluations of the BLS course. Both the symposium and BLS courses confirmed a high level of satisfaction from the KAPD members. In addition, the committee learned about the future direction of the education offered by the KAPD the members wish for it to take. KAPD will endeavor to consistently provide advanced education and the systematic training program of emergency management situation for KAPD members.
 Keywords
Korean Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (KAPD);Symposium;BLS course;Sedation;
 Language
Korean
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